Adelaide Airport is the main airport of the city of Adelaide, in South Australia, and is located on Sir Richard Willliams Ave, about 6km from the centre of the city. The terminal is the fifth busiest airport in Australia, and has plenty of facilities for passengers to enjoy when they’re there. The airport has 15 different eateries where you can pick up a drink, snack or meal, as well as a multitude of shops. On site you will find bookstores, news outlets, duty-free stores, a chemist, and many boutiques. The terminal also has bathrooms, baggage storage lockers, ATMs, a parent’s room, visitor information booth, and children’s play area.
· Driving: Want to drive yourself to Adelaide Airport on the day of your flight? If so, you can take your choice of various car parking options. If though, you fly into Adelaide, you can go online to hire a vehicle at great rates. The approximate driving time between the airport and the Adelaide CBD is 10 to 15 minutes.
· Buses: There are two Adelaide Metro bus services running between the airport and the city. There is the express double-decker bus option called JetExpress, or the JetBus service which has more stops. It serves the city centre as well as Glenelg and West Beach, and all stops along the way.
· Taxi: If you want to take a cab on the day of your flight, you can catch one from around Adelaide, or from the airport. At the terminal, the designated taxi rank is located at the left of the pedestrian plaza as you exit the building. Concierges are on hand to allocate taxis to passengers and to organise cars for people who require maxi taxis or vehicles with wheelchair access or baby capsules.
This information is correct as of July 2016